Serial Killer Houses
A list of homes that were formerly owned or rented by serial killers (and suspected serial killers).
Ted Bundy's childhood home is situated at this address in Tacoma, Washington.
Bundy grew up in this house with his mother, stepfather, and half-siblings.
This is the house where the BTK killer, Dennis Rader, lived up until his arrest in February 2005.
Following his conviction, the property was purchased by the city and demolished.
Salt Lake City, Utah
This is the house where serial killer Ted Bundy lived while he was attending law school in Salt Lake City.
Bundy lived here between September 1974 and September 1975.
This is Gary Ridgway's former house in SeaTac, Washington.
In 2003, Ridgway confessed to murdering 49 women, many of whom were killed at this address.
Serial killer Ted Bundy began renting a room at this house in Seattle in September 1969.
Bundy's killing spree started while he was living at this address.
Lodi, New Jersey
This is the house where "Times Square Killer" Richard Cottingham lived between 1975 and 1980.
This is the lot where John Wayne Gacy's house once stood.
The original house was demolished in 1979.
This is the house where Alaskan serial killer Robert Hansen lived before he was arrested in 1983.
Between 1971 and 1983, he murdered at least 17 women.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
This is the Toronto apartment building where serial killer Bruce McArthur murdered eight men between 2010 and 2017.
Manorville, New York
This is the former home of the suspected serial killer John Bittrolff.
In 2017, he was found guilty of the murders of Rita Tangredi and Colleen McNamee.
This is the Salem house where serial killer Jerry Brudos lived before he was arrested in 1969. Brudos murdered three of his victims at this location.
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
During the late 1960s, serial killer Ted Bundy spent six months living at this house in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania.
Ted Bundy's grandparents' house stood on this lot in Roxborough, Philadelphia.
This is where Bundy lived for the first three years of his life.
Between May 1990 and July 1991, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer murdered twelve men at this location in the Avenues West neighborhood of Milwaukee.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Ted Bundy lived at this address in Salt Lake City for a short period of time in 1975 and 1976. A week or two after he moved into this apartment, he was arrested for the kidnapping of Carol DaRonch.
After escaping from prison, serial killer Ted Bundy traveled to Florida and started living at "The Oak" rooming house in the College Park district of Tallahassee.
East Meadow, New York
This is the East Meadow house where serial killer Joel Rifkin lived before his arrest in 1993. Rifkin murdered a number of his victims at this property.
Los Angeles, California
This is the house where Lonnie David Franklin Jr. lived before his arrest.
Nicknamed the Grim Sleeper, he murdered at least 10 women between 1984 and 2007.
This is the house where suspected serial killer Wayne Williams lived.
The authorities believe that Williams is responsible for at least 22 victims in the Atlanta murders of 1979–1981. Following his incarceration, the murders stopped.
This is the house where serial killer Dean Corll lived.
Between June and August 1973, Corll murdered eight teenage boys at this address in Pasadena, Houston.
This is the empty lot where Samuel Little's childhood home once stood.
The serial killer, who murdered at least 60 women between 1971 and 1997, lived at this location with his paternal grandparents.
Serial killer Dean Corll lived at this apartment on Wirt Road in Houston between January 20th and March 7th, 1973.
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
Between 2003 and 2004, Jeffrey Mailhot murdered three sex workers at this house on Cato Street in Woonsocket, Rhode Island.
Rochester, New York
This is the apartment building where the "Genesee River Killer," Arthur Shawcross, lived between 1987 and 1990.
Shawcross murdered at least 12 women while he was staying at this address.
Kansas City, Missouri
This was the home of Lorenzo Gilyard until his arrest in April 2004.
Nicknamed the "Kansas City Strangler," he murdered at least 13 women between 1977 and 1993.
St. Louis, Missouri
Serial killer Maury Troy Travis lived at this house on Ford Drive in St. Louis up until his arrest in June 2002.
It is believed that he murdered his victims in the basement of the property.
Yonkers, New York
Serial killer David Berkowitz lived at this apartment in Yonkers, New York, up until his arrest in August 1977.
Since then, both the name and the address of the building have been changed.
Serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer grew up in this house on West Bath Road, on the northwestern outskirts of Akron, Ohio.
This is the location where he committed his first known murder.
West Allis, Wisconsin
Between 1981 and 1990, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer lived with his grandmother at this house in the West Allis suburb of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Three of his victims were murdered at this location.
Serial killer Dennis Rader grew up in this house on North Seneca Street in Wichita.
It was here that his sadistic fantasies began to emerge.
Serial killer Robert Lee Yates lived at this house on East 49th Avenue in Spokane, Washington, until his arrest in April 2000.
On one occasion, Yates buried one of his victims in the backyard while his wife was sleeping.
Arlington, New York
Serial killer Kendall Francois lived at this house on Fulton Avenue in Poughkeepsie, New York, until his arrest in September 1998.
Following his arrest, his victims' remains were found in the attic and basement.
Serial killer Larry Bright lived at this house on West Starr Court in Peoria, Illinois, until his arrest in January 2005.
During questioning, he confessed to burning the bodies of his victims in the backyard.
Moore, South Carolina
Serial killer Todd Kohlhepp lived at this house on Windsong Way in Moore, South Carolina, until his arrest in November 2016.
In May 2017, he was sentenced to life in prison for seven murders.
Serial killer Richard Chase lived at this apartment on Watt Avenue in Sacramento, California, between 1977 and 1978.
In 1980, he was convicted of murdering six people. He committed suicide shortly afterwards.
Herb Baumeister lived at this house on Fox Hollow Farm in Carmel, Indiana, up until June 1996.
That year, the police discovered the skeletal remains of 11 men at the back of the property.
Serial killer Ed Kemper lived with his mother at this house in Aptos, California, up until his arrest in April 1973.
His crime spree came to an end after he decided to call 911 and confess to his crimes.
The Bronx, New York
David Berkowitz grew up in this apartment building on Stratford Avenue in the Bronx.
He was raised in this neighborhood by his adoptive parents, Pearl and Nathan Berkowitz.
Convicted murderer and grave robber Ed Gein lived at this location in Plainfield, Wisconsin, until his arrest in November 1957.
His house was burned to the ground the following year.
Elephant Butte, New Mexico
The Toy Box Killer, David Parker Ray, lived in a trailer at this address in Elephant Butte up until his arrest in March 1999.
His case received national attention after it emerged that he had constructed an elaborate, soundproof torture chamber.
Hicksville, New York
Robert Shulman lived at this house on Glow Lane in Hicksville, Long Island.
The postal worker was convicted of murdering five women between 1991 and 1995.
The Cleveland Strangler, Anthony Sowell, lived at this house on Imperial Avenue in Cleveland until his arrest in October 2009.
The remains of his eleven victims were found buried on the property.
Citrus Heights, California
The Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo, lived at this house in Citrus Heights until his arrest in April 2018.
Between 1974 and 1986, DeAngelo targeted dozens of victims in three separate crime sprees.